Lunisanti, at Easter is held in Castelsardo on the night of Holy Monday. It starts at dawn in the beautiful Romanesque church of Santa Maria di Tergu, in the countryside outside Castelsardo. After the mystery plays and mass, a long parade goes to the old town bastion wall, 8 kilometers from the church, and returns to the church where everybody enjoys lunch. In the late afternoon the procession leaves the church again to go back into town where only candles and lamps are lit along the streets, creating a fantastic atmosphere. The brotherhood Confraternita di S. Croce wear long white hooded tunics and sing in two choirs of 24 members each – the Cantori and the Apustuli. They sing the Miserere and other medieval songs. The brothers also carry symbols of the Mystery and of Christ’s death – chalice, chain, pillar, glove, whip, crown, cross, ladder, hammer and tongs, lance, and sponge. Other processions take place on Holy Thursday and Holy Friday.